So, some variety in how the burns turned out.
Burns 5, 6, and 17 were thrown away as having too many errors--PI
Burn 1 was pitched due to an excessive number of PIF errors
If they could all be like 9, 10, 11, 13, 14, 15, I'd be very happy!
Oh, a bit more background info, these discs were all burnt at 4x as 6x and 8x seemed to always produce bad burns with this media--although it clearly says '8x' on the label of the media. I never did this extensive of a survey with any burn speed other than 4x, so maybe it was just learning that caused the bad 6x and 8x burns, but I'm not willing to blow away that much media to find out. I'd rather wait for a bit for the 4x burns to produce better results. Once this media is gone, I don't think I'll be intentionally buying any more.
Codeking? Code65536? Any comments or insights? I hope this little experiament proves helpful to further the understanding of how media learning works on Lite-On drives.